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graphViz4Matlab

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02 Oct 2008 (Updated )

Display a directed or undirected graph in a Matlab figure window.

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Description

This package, (formerly called Graphlayout) is now maintained here:
http://code.google.com/p/graphviz4matlab/

Please see this site the for the latest downloads and documentation.

Acknowledgements

This file inspired A Patch For Graph Viz4 Matlab Toolbox.

MATLAB release MATLAB 7.6 (R2008a)
Other requirements Requires Matlab 2008a or newer; GraphViz available free from http://www.graphviz.org/
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Comments and Ratings (8)
23 Jan 2013 Reza Farrahi Moghaddam  
11 Jan 2013 Peter Merk

Great tool! Very easy to use and nice graphics. The only thing missing is the possibility to name the edges.

18 Sep 2012 Marcel RĂ¼land

Brilliant tool. Easy to use, very nice GUI and good idea.
Well done.
Thanks.

22 Jan 2012 Lie Tome

Works wonderfully well.

20 Jun 2011 haya

Hello, I'm trying to use graphViz4Matlab
I read the comments in the code and saw I can give only my adj matrix as input. I entered a 99x99 matrix and got the follow error:??? Error: File: C:\MATLAB7\work\Wlan-matrix2\graphViz4Matlab.m Line: 86 Column: 26
The expression to the left of the equals sign is not a valid target for an assignment.
In the code the line itself is:
properties(GetAccess = 'public', SetAccess = 'private')
can you please tell me what i did wrong, I expected a simple line like this wont have any problem
thank you

28 Jul 2010 Julian Xue

Works great, but takes forever for large graphs (>1000 nodes). Is there a faster version available?

17 Apr 2010 Shicai Yang

it looks great~

12 Oct 2009 Daniel Zoran  
Updates
04 Feb 2010

Various bug fixes, as well as an additional option to color the edges.

27 Feb 2010

Now automatically adds graphViz to your system path, from within Matlab, (if running windows).

03 Mar 2010

Fixed a small bug in the setupPath() function of the util directory. Output argument was not always getting set.

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